This challenge is courtesy of Cathy at 746 Books The 20 Books of Summer is a reading challenge from the first of June to the third of September. It is encouraging us to make a start on those books on our towering TBR piles. Whether that be ten, fifteen, or twenty books.
I’m late to this (usual thing) but I want to try reading some books that aren’t poetry this summer, so I’m jumping aboard. Here are my twenty books.
The Unexpected joy of being Sober Catherine Gray
The Little Book of Feminist Saints Julia Pierpont
The Cruel Prince Holly Black
A Restricted View from under the Hedge
Furiously Happy Jenny Lawson
The Waves Virgina Woolf
Reasons to Stay Alive Matt Haig
The Collected Short Stories Jean Rhys
Shockaholic Carrie Fisher
Things a Bright Girl can do Sally Nicholls
Dandy Gilver & A Spot of Toil & Trouble Catriona McPherson
The Whole a Novel John Reed
I Swear to tell the Tooth Carroll James
Tikopia Rachel Wright
Understanding the Alacran Jonathan LaPoma
Redeemable A memoir of Darkness and Hope Erwin James
Rabbit Patricia Williams
Mad Diet Suzanne Lockhart
A Normal Family Everyday adventures with our Autistic Son Henry Normal with Angela Pell
Under the Knife Arnold Van De Laar
What you reckon? Have you read any of these?